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Title VI

Title VI

Providing Support for Native American and Alaskan Native Students

School Social Work services is the lead office for the implementation of Title VI services within Hillsborough County Public Schools.

What is Title VI?
Title VI is the designation of the portion of the federal law that addresses Native American and Alaskan Native students’ academic success. Within Hillsborough County, Title VI services will include wraparound academic and social support to Native American and Alaskan Native Students enrolled in Hillsborough County Public Schools. The Title VI program will also create and implement professional development activities for school personnel.

Program Vision
Cultivate a greater integration, inclusion, cultural awareness, competence, and enlightenment of the Native American and Alaskan Native community.

Program Mission
The Title VI program will secure the continuity of services and overall awareness to ensure support in public schools for Native American and Alaskan Native students.

Program Goals

  • Increase Knowledge of Cultural Identity and Awareness
  • Increase School Attendance Rate
  • Increase Graduation Rate
  • Increase Parent Participation


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